Opinion

Diana Moukalled- Lebanese writer and journalist
Hisham Talaat and Mohsen al-Sukkari live free today, because no one cares about seeking justice for a woman about whom many rumors were spread, after enough time has passed for people to forget all about her. So sure, allow the contractor to return to his stature, and release the murderous officer from prison..
Ghalia Al Alwani- Syrian Journalist
In light of the country’s and AUB’s struggles as of late, all of this serves to question, if AUB doesn’t represent its student’s best interests, then who exactly does it represent?
Diana Moukalled- Lebanese writer and journalist
If we overlook the insulting and provoking reactions to appointing Tawakkol Kerman an Oversight Board member, we will be stunned by the shallow arguments, especially as these reactions did not come from those who care about democracy and freedom, but from opportunists..
Bunasser Al-Taffar – Lebanese writer and rapper
We can ask ourselves: Could there be a convergence between the state’s interests and the farmer’s interests in this legislation under these exceptional circumstances that we are experiencing now? Unfortunately, the answer given the current circumstances is: absolutely not.
Myriam Sweidan
Working from home is an increasingly difficult challenge, and it requires a lot of will power and commitment. Here are few tips and tricks on how to remain productive during these times.
Bunasser Al-Taffar – Lebanese writer and rapper
No matter how loud the voice of hypocrisy is, it will not cover our people’s moans in their beds at night. Our country is filthy, ruled by the filthy. Our government will always remain, no matter what they do, merely a defective product of the sectarian political system in Lebanon.
Viken Cheterian
A global system based on financial calculations is evidently not the way to save our human souls. But this capitalist system looks today so fragile, powerless.
Ghalia Al Alwani- Syrian Journalist
When most confident speeches spewing out of politicians are often followed by tragic events, the totalitarian citizen is left feeling unsafe, insecure, and constantly in a ‘survival of the fittest’ mental state, much like a longtime victim of abuse.
Souha Bechara
I spent ten years in the “Khiam Detention Center”, the symbol of human rights violations in the twentieth century. The name of this agent, sometimes called “the Butcher of Khiam” , was all over the cells of the prison, which was controlled by the military.
Hazem El Amin- Lebanese writer and journalist
It is the Corona stage of the Lebanese collapse. Corona’s service in the context of this collapse is in full swing, and in fact this epidemic has included us under other afflicted societies, after we’d been alone on a decline.
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